EPJ N chosen as the publishing partner of EURATOM for FISA 2022 and EURADWASTE ’22
We are pleased to report that, once again, EPJ N has been chosen as the publishing partner of the next “European Commission Conferences on EURATOM Research and Training in Safety of Reactor Systems (FISA 2022) and Radioactive Waste Management (EURADWASTE ’22)”. The EPJ N editorial team is very pleased to fulfil the publishing needs of this high-profile event which presents the latest in Euratom funded research in fission, waste management and radiation protection.
Roger Garbil, head of the Euratom Fission Research and Training programme (within the Euratom Research unit of the European Commission’s Directorate General for Research and Innovation), will lead the team of Guest Editors as before. There will be two topical issues – one for the event as a whole (authors, please use this template) and one specifically for the awards (authors, please use this template).
“Innovations, research and training in nuclear are very attractive to young students, scientists and engineers engaged to tackle today’s societal Sustainable Development Goals, towards an energy and climate-neutral economy by 2050. We look forward to reporting on these important matters in our topical issues.” (Roger Garbil, Guest Editor)
FISA 2022 and EURADWASTE ’22 will be the 10th edition of the Euratom conferences and will be co-organised under the auspices of the French Presidency of the EU Council. Euratom will also be celebrating a milestone, namely its 65th birthday.
As a reminder of the previous edition, take a moment to browse Euratom Research and Training in 2019: challenges, achievements and future perspectives here and Euratom Research and Training in 2019: the Awards collection here published after the last FISA 2019 and EURADWASTE ’19 event in Romania.
EPJ N is an open access journal for the communication of original research, ideas and developments in all areas of the peaceful use of nuclear energy, as well as on applications of nuclear particles and radiation. The journal is edited in partnership with the Sfen (French Nuclear Energy Society) and the ENS (European Nuclear Society) one of the partner organisations of FISA and EURADWASTE.